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MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, May 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877
MELBOIRVNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, May 2nd. rMessrs. R. Coldsbrough anlt Co. report: Sheepskins.-We disposed of a full supply during the week at satisfactiori prices. The attendance of buyers was good, and we quote as follows:--Butcher's skins, from is to 4s 4d. each ; Dry skins, 3d to 61d per lb. Hides.-All descriptions met with ready sale during the week, prices Ehowing some improvement on those rulin; lately. more especially for superior lots, for which con:; ition was very spirited. We quote : Average O.hides from 17s to -7s 6d each; do Cow? hides lLs to "is each; do Victoria?n-salted. 3d to 41d per lb. Kal?g;roo Skins.-There was a better enquiry during the wtek, anti our cltalogue offered yesterday was cleared out at the following prices :-lnferior to medium Kangaroo Skins 4d to 6d per lb: medium to goXo do., tki to Sd par lb : good to superior do, Sd to ltd per lb. Opposum skins meet with fair enquiry up to Is per dozen. Talhow.-The prices obtained at our sal...
MARKETS. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MELBOURNE, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877
MARKETS. MELEOULiINE L1VE STOCK MARKE1C. M\ELBOURNE, May 2' NIesars. Stratford Stretle at ('o report: Fat Cattle-l,,:50 yarded, a fair proportion being medium to prime. Last week's rates were'fiilly mai r tained, and competition was brisk througlout. We sou!d-15 head. Fat Calves--85 arded. hlif lf thelea wre of inferior description. Prime vral lna, quickly tought up at late rates. We quote-Best, 0+). to ZCi Fait Sheep- -16i,100 penned, a large prolportion being good to prime quality, crosshredsbeing largely repre sented, sluie of which were ?rxeedingly pruie and he:av weights; the best v.ere diown, though higher iriQes per head were obtainte,' but those forward were letter than last week. Prime merino wethers weritn god demand, but very few were offered of t is description. We quote-Prime crossbred wether, from 10 to '24s 6i (a few, 26s 6d); do ewes, brought from 16s to 1is; Lest merino wethers, brought 165 Gd. We sold-811 merino wethers, and a draft of crossbrkd wethers, at quotati...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE May 5. An immigrant named Jarred died of smal:. box on board the hulk yesterday. The single girls have been transferred from the British Enterprise to the Flur de Maurice, and the single men to the Ashburtea. Fine rains have fallen throughout the colony, and still continue. Offers of 7s 4d have been made and refused for wheat. ADsLAItD, May 4. The Government are calling upon persons willing to join a volunteer force for the de. fence of the colony. The present quarantine arrangements are costing the Government about £500 a week A. deputation from the iron trade to.day urged upon the Intverea~ ut to get the iron work made here. Mr. Colton, said that while he would do his beat to encourage c doinial enterprise, he must send to Illand, when he could effect a saving of from 30 to 40 percent,
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. hNEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, May 5 Sir William Jervois, accompanied by the Governor and Colonel Richardson, inspected the batteries on the north side of the harbor to-day. The weather is now fine. The damage caused at Windsor by the floods is not so great as was at first anticipated. An order has been sent home for a fire escape, and a brigade for working it is in course of formation. Bright, Chrystal,and Co. have purchased the Cuthell and Byment Stations, Queens. land, with 21,000 sheep and 1,300 head of cattle, at arprices witheld. SYsDNr, May 4. In the Assembly last night considerable discussion arose in reference to the state of the defence force, and opinions were ex pressed that it should be better prepartd for any emergency th'an it is at present. Twenty-four vessels were in Broken Bay yesterday seeking shelter from the southerly gale. Tho receipts from the Exhibition up to yesterday amounted to £5700. The hospital ship Fairaway has been re leased from quara...
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. LONDON, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. LOSDON, May S. Money is stiff. The Bank minimum i 3 per cent. The Bank reserve is uader £11,000,000. Stocks are recovering, excspt Consuls which :re quoted at 931. The rise in wheat has been arrested, and the market is quiet. Adelaide is quoted at 69t to 71s ; New Zealand 65s to 69s. Wallaroo Copper is at £75 10s. Burrs Burra L74 10s Tin is dull at L69. Tallow is weaker, at Is decline.
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877
NEW SOUTH WALES. STDNEY, May 7. D. L. Levy, solicitor, has gone insolvent, owing to embarra3iments with the National Loan and Discount Society, and heavy losses in connection with the Theatre Roy al. Agitation is increasing with reference to the necessity of suburban railways. The decision of the Supreme Court, in the case of Dibbs and Brown, iu connexion with the new Lambton colliery has been sustained by the Privy Council. A woman namnd Bird, wife of a chemist at Guloug, died of poison. Mr. Parkes is improving in health, but is still tio unwell to attend in the Assembly.
WAR IN THE EAST. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRES TELEGRAMS. LONDON, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877
WAR IN THE EAST. (BY SUBMARI$4 j? L RAPH.) RIBUTER'S AUSTRALIAi A OCIATED 'F/I TELE*GRAMS. LONDON, May 3. Several Turkish ironclads engaged the Russian batteries at Ibraila, a fortified town on the Danube, 99 miles from its mouth, and having bombarded the town withdrew. LoNvosN, MAY 4. The Russians are gradually advancing in Turkish Armenia, and have occupied Bayazid a town 140 miles south-east of Erzeroum. LoNsDo, May 5. Austria has proclaimed her neutrality, reserving liberty of action to protect her interests. The whole of the Russian army has been placed on a war footiug. The Porte has sent a note to the powers protesting against the Russo.Roumanian Convention assuring a friendly passage to the Russian troops, and has suspended the functions of the Roumanian agent at Stam I poul.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877
6,f t:.c pperies bha ever bo-een =Err as :he _r:i? drra tumIe for diseases wch dai the eytem of its its! power, fur over01:n: the Ceiii:yv wblk ftllos1 Sickc.ss. Led for re dg-ie_ _., t t .-a'kr s r.a lino-sin th teote ptctarty, ii P-wefyu insigte arie and ucrreti' stion and ty aI cL as an anti. dyspeptic and d retle,Rh is no wonder thatk Fsicds ta frequently rerSitte Cu tianWoreds SrrEIeAg Awohi.rc Scave rs G Z1TE1LO-COMOPTfl G. EP P'S CO COA. SREAe.FAST. " ByF a thorough knowledge of the ratural laws ahich govern the operations of diges tion and nutrition, and by a careful applies. tnon of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately f?a;ored Leverage which may save us many heavy docrt-,re aills. It is by the l:ditious use of isch articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to re sist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are loatin, around us ready to attack whereve...
For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER IX—I SCHEME A REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877
#or a 1i~naois Maki, OP, TIE pa MYSTEES OF THE CSTiE. -r da A NEW SENSATIONAL STOFY. eh no c:an.urE IX--I 5E II1 A r.EEsitE lin iernn was now exrecte to spend the winter in the cariraL The Prince and L s ve bach .rre.rei sociery for th- all arrival of a env?lier. f whose attraction I dr'eaded hi o r:g. f IyM mother's r_. d e'.i vet' dife-rn,. h Sh- !:,n?:,d t. si?- her SOn. True, since she had p-: irn h:.m he had never m vouchiated to write his own mother a i 'e letn-r. but that very circumstance Ipro 'bly increased her longuing. Herra' nn was her only son, her proud, knih tlir 'nv, of whose success in the al o:rld shae lad heard so much, and she of.en repruached heralf with.being largely P to bhl-e icr the estrangement. Eurenie U had been the cause of it. It was a ne'esa sit- to her to see everything in a sodter V Ii h H':,i not Hermann acted exactly i his? fra' eit- psir. True. the laitter who n1w at,. ared" tran rinlred before her hlke a roi. w ni' h: ve adopted mor mo g .alei ie...
The Chronicle. TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877
ie Qernicie. . TU?DAY, MAY 8, 177. : Tassa is a world of eiguic~us iii tie brief intimations we recei? e by 'the electric telegraph respecting thbe.progre tof the war in the east of Europe.' It is --to use a phrase of Coleridge's-like reading contemporary history. by flashe~ of lightening. But the &lt;condensed hirevity of these fi agments of intelligeinee has this advantage, that it 'gives us facts without comment. We-klnow nriw iwhat is actually oecuritig . ifi. '"ther side of the globe. Irsteail,, aendifii wbek` ibf time oif'adcres of newspaper broadsheet in speculating aq to whether Russia is likely to go to war with' Turkey, we know that the war is actually commnenced and is proceedinig, that ihe Russians have inet with a' check at the. outset, but hare nevertheless ciosled the Danube and are marching throughlI the principalities to encounter the Turk in his very stronghold. Now, there is one fact in connection with the situation as it stands which must on no account be...
THE HON. F. LONGMORE AT THE MECHANICS', CAMPERDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877
THE HON. F. LONGMORE AT THE MECHAXNICS', CAMtERDOOwN. The Hon. F. Longmore followed up his late lecturo in the Temperance Hall, Cam perdown, on the benefits of Protection to Victoria, by' addressing the electors last evening in the .Mechanics' Hall on his can diflaturo for the representation of Ripon and Hampden, Mr. Ower in the chair. There were about the same number of people pre sent as at: Mr. Morton's meeting on Satur day evening, but they were not quite so noisy, in the early part of the meeting at any rate. Mr. Longmore had heard since he came to town of the disturbance at Mr. Morton's meeting, which he much regretted, and if there was any retaliation, he should accept it as retaliation for an act of which he en tirely disapproved. There was another matter which he wished to bring under their notice before he c~ime to the business of the evening, and that had reference to a para graph which had appeared in their local paper, as to what had occurred at his Skip ton meeting. He...
THE ELECTIONS. MR. G. G. MORTON AT THE MECHANICS' CAMPERDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877
THE ELECTIOA5S. MR. G G. MORTON AT THE rN. CHANICS' CAMPEIDOWY. Mr. G4. G. Morton, pursuant to adver. tisement, appeared in the Mechanics' llall, Camperdown, on Saturday evening, to ad. dress the electors of Ripon and Hampden on the subject of the approaching election. The meeting was very large, and very r noisy, even before the candidate arrived, a great number of small boys, whose pareuts ought to have seen to their being to bed before the meeting began, having been per. mitted to get into the body of the hall, where they were led on in their attempts to create a disturbance by those who ought to have known better. From four to five hundred persons were present. Mr. William Scott was called to the chair, which he took, he trid, as an act of courtesy towaids Mir. Morton, ji?t as he should, under the same circumstances, for any candidate who nmight come forward to address them. Mr. Morton was not a stranger to the district, having represented it in Parliament on one occasion, as wa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877
Ader .. . tisasets ?-, OffI4rBE CGIBS8O01, CHEMIST, S ( Successor to W. R. Hill), Supplies Station medicine chests and sundries ilalford's snake-bite syringes Air and water beds, cushions, &c. Puro English Strychnine. Prescriptions and recipes forwarded by return post. COLLINS-STREET EAST, MEIROUfiNE 1'. W. T I ZT, ACCOUNTANT; SCOTT STREET, CA MPERDOW N. SFREEIOLD PROPERTIES. S M. FE RGUSSON has for PRIVATE . SALE freehold. properties in the parishes of Colongulac, Elingamite, Janu gonrt, Timboo,'rand Mortlake. Manifold-street, Camperdown SWANTEED. WANTED-QUARRYMEN. Pick and Shovel Men, on the Camperdowamnd Lismore Road. Wood and water found. Apply on the Works, JAMES HORNBY, . S Conteactor. Medleal Notle.:. ? DR. TACK Sin, Chinese Doctor, of Warr niambool, late of Ballarat, will bhein attendance, and may be consulted, u fol lowa: DERRINALLUM--Daughney's Hotel, on. Tuesday, May 8. CAMPERDOWN-M'Donald's-Hetd, on Friday, May 11. TERANG-Blencowe's Hotel, on Satur day, May 12. E...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877
Literature. THE " famphft o1 !Pirouide," With tihich The HAMPDEN GUARDI AN" is incorporateJ . IS PUBLISHED . UVRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT T?E Orrime, MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN\, S: IcatrIrnois- - Per quarter . .? .. 6. 6d. ,, *pte - .. .. 7s. 6& Subscribers rait ry; afeittiiue at' the end of a quarter, on a notice tttili ect in writing, and on o the payment of all aras , rea Ordinaý°Ad t, pilc .. 3s Ps?.? :... .. Iib A co?sideaMLs foticu if adveftlsmontw are in serted f a bq1S prtied. te n r ?I i i Wt of them tUhnUmlitr 1W_ ah l obae~ ? l?od, or they - wfll a uainahd dealif id charged. Alit deqs far ilaerti*aultradoe; a withdrawal of advertlsememts, mret be In writing, and should be sent In not latr 'tan mid-dsy on Mondays and Thursda . . AGENTS- C Melbourne .. .. tetre. Gordon aud Gotch Ballarat M. .. G Gooeh Geelog .. ML Hilery Franks Coe .. -Mr. W.-. GreenJ Pirronyaloak .. Mr. Maf, ee Tsrang .. Mr M.Lan c .. . . Jam ?? op and ombonelt.. M.. r...